Chowking Philippines Menu Prices Updated 2024

Hey, Chinese Food Fans! Do you want to know the most recent Chowking menu prices? You’ve arrived at the right place then. We’ve uploaded their complete menu with pictures and updated prices. Prices are taken from the official sources of Chowking Philippines.

CHOWKING MENU PRICES

Chowking Philippines Menu can be categorized as Promo Offers, Breakfast, New Milksha, Chinese Style Fried Chicken, Good For Sharing, Noodles, DimSum, Chao Fan, Lauriat, Chinese Rice Meals, and Drinks. Let’s explore them in detail one by one.

CHOWKING PROMO OFFERS MENU WITH PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Summer Chow Treats Combo 1From ₱ 517.00
Summer Chow Treats Combo 2From ₱ 517.00
Summer Chow Treats Combo 1BFrom ₱ 539.00
Summer Chow Treats Combo 2BFrom ₱ 539.00
Chowking promo Offers

CHOWKING NEW MILKSHA PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Siapao with Milksha BundleFrom ₱ 161.00
4pc Steamed Pork Siomai with Milksha BundleFrom ₱ 173.00
Pancit Canton with Milksha BundleFrom ₱ 189.00
Dimsum Chao Fan with Milksha BundleFrom ₱ 215.00
Fried Chicken Lauriat with Milksha BundleFrom ₱ 313.00
Sweet & Sour Pork Lauriat with MilkshaFrom ₱ 335.00
Honey Pearl Black Tea LatteFrom ₱ 130.00
Black tea Latte with PuddingFrom ₱ 130.00
Valrhona Cocoa Milk With Honey PearlsFrom ₱ 162.00
Valrhona Cocoa Milk with PuddingFrom ₱ 162.00
Signature Taro MilkFrom ₱ 146.00
Wintermelon LemonFrom ₱ 119.00
Chowking milksha Bundles

CHOWKING BREAKFAST PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Breakfast Siomai Chao Fan139.00
Breakfast Siomai Spicy Chao Fan161.00
Breakfast Pork Chao Fan86.00
Breakfast Spicy Chao Fan124.00
Breakfast Siomai Beef Chao Fan173.00
Breakfast Beef Chao Fan129.00
Chowking Breakfast Menu

CHOWKING GOOD FOR SHARING PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
6pc Chinese-Style Fried Chicken₱ 538.00
8pc Chinese-Style Fried Chicken₱ 684.00
4pc Chicken-Chao Fan Family Bundle₱ 591.00
4pc Chinese-Style Fried Chicken₱ 384.00
Fried Chicken-Pancit Family Bundle₱ 801.00
Chowking Sharing menu Options

CHOWKING CHAO FAN PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Pork Chao Fan with Drink₱ 86.00
Siomai Chao Fan with Drink₱ 135.00
Beef Chao Fan with Drink₱ 123.00
Siomai Beef Chao Fan with Drink₱ 180.00
Pork Chao Fan₱ 59.00
Siomai Chao Fan₱ 116.00
Beef Chao Fan₱ 104.00
Siomai Beef Chao Fan₱ 152.00
Chowking Chao Fan Prices

CHOWKING CHINESE STYLE FRIED CHICKEN PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
6pc Chinese Style Fried ChickenFrom ₱ 497.00
8pc Chinese Style Fried ChickenFrom ₱ 632.00
4pc Chicken Chao Flat Platter BundleFrom ₱ 545.00
4pc Chicken Spicy Chao Fan Family BundleFrom ₱ 567.00
4pc Chicken Beef Chao Fan Platter BundleFrom ₱ 637.00
4pc Chinese Style Fried Chicken Family BoxFrom ₱ 346.00
Family Lauriat Set A Good for 3From ₱ 637.00
Family Lauriat Set B Good for 4From ₱ 961.00
Fried Chicken-Pancit Family PlatterFrom ₱ 740.00
Chinese Style Fried Chicken LauriatFrom ₱ 205.00
1 pc Chinese Style Fried ChickenFrom ₱ 96.00
2 pc Chinese Style Fried ChickenFrom ₱ 284.00
Pork Chao Fan with Fried ChickenFrom ₱ 146.00
Spicy Chao Fan with Fried ChickenFrom ₱ 167.00
Beef Chao Fan with Fried ChickenFrom ₱ 189.00
Chowking Menu Chinese Style Fried Chicken

CHOWKING NOODLES PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Wonton Mami with Asado SiopaoFrom ₱ 145.00
Wonton MamiFrom ₱ 92.00
Beef MamiFrom ₱ 184.00
Beef Wonton MamiFrom ₱ 200.00
Pancit CantonFrom ₱ 81.00
Pancit Canton with 1pc Chinese Style Fried Chicken with DrinksFrom ₱ 189.00
Chowking Noodles Prices

CHOWKING DIMSUM PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Chunky Asado SiopaoFrom ₱ 53.00
3pc Siopao BoxFrom ₱ 157.00
Bola-bola Siopao SupremeFrom ₱ 75.00
2pc SiomaiFrom ₱ 43.00
4pc SiomaiFrom ₱ 65.00
4pc Lumpiang ShanghaiFrom ₱ 70.00
Chowking Dimsum Menu

CHOWKING LAURIAT PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Chick ‘n SAuce Lauriat with Drink₱ 269.00
Chinese-Style Fried Chicken Lauriat with Drink₱ 240.00
Sweet and Sour Chicken Lauriat with Drink₱ 269.00
Chick ‘n Sauce Lauriat₱ 246.00
Chinese-Style Fried Chicken Lauriat₱ 222.00
Sweet and Sour Chicken Lauriat₱ 246.00
Chowking lauriat Prices

CHOWKING CHINESE RICE MEALS PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Chick ‘n Sauce with Drink₱ 193.00
Chinese Style Fried Chicken with Drink₱ 123.00
Pork Chao Fan with Fried Chicken and Drink₱ 186.00
Chinese-Style Fried Chicken with Drink₱ 216.00
Lumpiang Shanghai Rice Meal with Drink₱ 104.00
Sweet and Sour Chicken with Drink₱ 193.00
Beef Chao Fan with Fried Chicken and Drink₱ 222.00
Chinese Style Fried Chicken with 2pcs Buchi with Drink₱ 181.00
Chick ‘n Sauce₱ 180.00
Chinese-Style Fried Chicken with 3 pcs Steamed Siomai and Buchi₱ 168.00
Chinese Style Fried Chicken₱ 104.00
Chinese Style Fried Chicken₱ 199.00
Sweet and Sour Pork₱ 180.00
Lumpiang Shanghai Rice Meal₱ 81.00
Sweet and Sour Chicken₱ 180.00
Pork Chao Fan with Fried Chicken₱ 205.00
Chowking Chinese Rice Meals

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CHOWKING DRINKS PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Coke/ Pepsi64.00
Coke Zero/ Pepsi Black64.00
Sprite/ 7Up64.00
Chowking Pearl Milk Tea92.00
Iced Tea64.00
Coke 1 Liter86.00
Sarsi64.00
Pineapple Juice64.00
Brewed Coffee43.00
Mug Root Beer64.00
Mirinda64.00
Mountain Dew64.00

OUR FAVORITE ITEM OF CHOWKING

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Siomai Chao Fan₱ 116.00
Siomai Chao Fan with Drink₱ 135.00
Pork Chao Fan with Fried Chicken₱ 104.00

IS CHOWKING HALAL?

NO. Chowking Philippines is Not Halal Certified.

HISTORY OF CHOWKING PHILIPPINES

Chowking Philippines, founded in 1985, has become one of the most popular fast-food chains in the country, specializing in Chinese-Filipino cuisine. Its history can be traced through several key milestones:

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Founding (1985): Entrepreneur Robert F. Kuan established Chowking with the aim of offering affordable, tasty Chinese food adapted to suit the Filipino palate. The name “Chowking” is a combination of the words “chow” (meaning food) and “king” (implying the high quality of their food).

Rapid expansion (late 1980s-1990s): Thanks to its unique offerings and successful marketing strategies, Chowking quickly gained popularity in the Philippines. The company expanded its reach by opening new branches across the country. By the mid-1990s, Chowking had established over 100 stores.

Acquisition by Jollibee Foods Corporation (2000): Chowking’s remarkable growth caught the attention of Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC), the largest fast-food company in the Philippines. In 2000, JFC acquired Chowking, making it a wholly-owned subsidiary of the corporation. This strategic move allowed Chowking to benefit from JFC’s resources and expertise, further fueling its growth.

International expansion: After its domestic success, Chowking ventured into international markets, opening branches in the United States, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, and Qatar. This expansion helped introduce Filipino-style Chinese cuisine to a broader global audience.

Continued growth and innovation (2000s-present): Chowking continues to develop and introduce new menu items that cater to Filipino taste preferences while maintaining its Chinese culinary roots. The company has also embraced modern marketing techniques, such as digital advertising and social media promotions, to stay relevant and appeal to a wider customer base.

Today, Chowking has over 600 branches in the Philippines and has become a household name when it comes to Chinese-Filipino fast food. The company’s success is a testament to its ability to adapt and innovate while staying true to its original vision of providing affordable, de

MOST POPULAR ITEMS OF CHOWKING MENU

Chowking is best known for its wide variety of dishes, ranging from noodles and rice meals to dim sum, soups, and desserts. Some of their most popular menu items include:

  1. Halo-Halo: A classic Filipino dessert consisting of crushed ice, various fruits, jellies, and sweetened beans, topped with leche flan (custard), ube (purple yam) ice cream, and evaporated milk.
  2. Pancit Canton: A stir-fried noodle dish with vegetables, meat, and seafood, seasoned with soy sauce and oyster sauce.
  3. Chao Fan: A Filipino version of Chinese fried rice, usually served with a choice of toppings like pork, beef, or shrimp.
  4. Lauriat: A complete meal set that usually includes a main dish, rice, dim sum, a side dish, and a dessert.
  5. Siopao: A steamed bun filled with various ingredients, such as meat, vegetables, or sweet fillings like ube and sweetened beans.

All the images and prices are taken from the following official sources of Chowking Philippines.

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